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Tempo, tempo, tempo
As stretching and punt drills ended, a coach yelled out, "Tempo! Tempo!" as offensive players scurried into place for fast-paced drills. Clemson has been fast in Chad Morris' two seasons as offensive coordinator. Unsurprisingly, Morris wants more. He made that much clear when he spoke with reporters Saturday night following the Tigers' second workout. So far, so good. "The one that really stood out from day 1 to day 2, our tempo was really good," Morris said. "That was one of our objectives today, to push the limits and challenge them tempo-wise. Our tempo was as good as it's been since I've been here in the first two days of practice. We're a long ways away, we're not ready to start signing autographs, nothing like that, but we did see some improvement." Clemson averaged 81.6 offensive snaps per game last season. Morris has said he'd like to see more snaps per game, and Saturday he said he'd like to push to 90-92 plays per game, practically hyper speed. "We're loading them down...
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